There have been so many dogs posted as missing or lost this year.
I know how it feels to lose a dog. A rescued dog was once lost when the dog got out of an adopter’s house.
We looked for the dog by going around the neighborhood almost everyday, putting almost 300 posters with the dog’s photo, our contact number, and a monetary reward on electric posts and trees using packing tape (never use a staple wire when posting on trees please), answered all calls and text messages, and went to the area where the dog was reportedly sighted even during unholy hours.
After 14 days, we were able to get back Richie, a dog rescued from the illness-ridden Cainta pound in 2014. He is now almost 19 years old.
Since I know how it feels to lose a dog, the anxiety that comes with hoping and not knowing if the dog is eating or not, or if the dog is safe or not, I will share posters of missing dogs in this space every now and then to help in the hope that this will help the owner find his or her pet.
If you recognize some of the dogs posted here, please contact the owners through the contact numbers provided.
Thank you and bless you.
I do pray and claim all missing pets are safe and will be reunited with their owners soon.
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